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Community

Actors’ Gang to Hold Auditions for Summer Teen Conservatory

Actors’ Gang to Hold Auditions for Summer Teen Conservatory

On July 8 & 17, the Actors' Gang will be auditioning for our Summer Teen Conservatory! This will the most fun audition your teen will ever experience - it will consist of ensemble-based theater games, an introduction to “the Style”, and a short interview for us to meet each actor individually. The participants don't have to prepare a monologue, but simply come prepared to play. This is [...]

‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

‘Light in the Moonless Midnight’ Coming to Ivy Substation

Kairos Dance Company will present “Light in the Moonless Midnight” which explores the stories of six individuals who have been touched by mental illness, and shows mental illness in its past, present, and hopeful future through dance. Kairos Dance Company is a non profit 501 C(3) that uses dance as a platform to bring awareness to social issues in order to better our community. Kairos [...]

Smart Gardening? Learn How from CC and LA Public Works

Smart Gardening? Learn How from CC and LA Public Works

Join Culver City Public Works Environmental Programs and Operations and Los Angeles County Public Works for a Beginners Smart Gardening Workshop on Saturday, July 15, 2017 from 9:30am to 11:00am Doors open at 9am. Beginner workshops provide hands-on instruction on the basic techniques of composting, worm composting, water-wise gardening, and grasscycling. Participants will be able to purchase a [...]

Bucket List Revue @ Senior Center – June 27

Bucket List Revue @ Senior Center – June 27

Back by popular demand! Get ready for the third installment of the Bucket List Actors Revue, slated for Tuesday, June 27 at 1:00 at the Culver City Senior Center. Creativity is never lost, it just improves with time  Honing their creative passions at the Culver City Senior Center, many of these performers have had thriving careers as comedians, actors, singers, dancers and writers. Most of [...]

Mallory Low on HBO – Local Hero Gets Starring Role in Series Pilot

Mallory Low on HBO – Local Hero Gets Starring Role in Series Pilot

Sometimes, seeing someone in a new context can be so startling that they are unrecognizable, but fans of long time YMCA trainer Mallory Low are used to seeing her in new ways. As an actress, she's been in films and television for years. Her biggest role yet, in an HBO pilot, has gotten her lots of applause for her charming portrayal of the vulnerable and gutsy Charlyne. While the pilot cast and [...]

Wende Museum to Serve ‘Food for Thought’ June 21

Wende Museum to Serve ‘Food for Thought’ June 21

The Wende Museum invites our Culver City neighbors to join us for an evening of conversation and community. Speak with museum curators about their favorite pieces in the current Wende exhibition, Dinner Party Politics: Food Culture in the Eastern Bloc, and meet other people interested in the local arts community. Wende curators Amanda Roth and Joes Segal will offer a series of short [...]

Hamilton Ride @ CycleBar

Hamilton Ride @ CycleBar

There's always an new way to enjoy music and muscle power, and our friends at CycleBar have something unique to offer - the Hamilton Ride: A Hip Hop Musical! CycleBar® Culver City will go hip hop when it brings music from the hit Broadway play Hamilton to its signature rock concert indoor cycling rides. CycleBar Culver City is the first CycleBar in L.A. CycleBar unites riders of all ages and [...]

Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre Announces 19th Summer Season

Culver City Public Theatre is proud to announce its 19th season of free theatre in Carlson Park, celebrating the Culver City Centennial. Our Children’s Popcorn Theatre presentation is “To Oz and Back”, a collection of short plays written by Daniel L. Hurewitz, Christopher Gough, Morna M. Martell and Jen Huszcza, and directed by Eve Weston. All revolve around characters from MGM’s beloved [...]

Black Talkies to Screen Black Panthers

Black Talkies to Screen Black Panthers

Black Talkies On Parade presents the explosive documentary The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution directed by Stanley Nelson, on Saturday June 24 at 2:30 pm. The film covers the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party with historic footage and interviews with members of the party who lived through this extraordinary period in Black History. While fighting for equal rights and safer [...]

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Tales of the Road Home – The Refugee Project @ Actors Gang

Immigration has vanished from the headlines and talk shows, but its reality has not. Learn more about it from actual refugees and their descendants tonight and Saturday as Culver City’s Actors’ Gang performs The Refugee Project, a spotlight on the flights, plights and insights of their cast members in the final leg of their Spring Season of Justice trilogy that began January 19 with the [...]

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